Achieng could 'swim to Australia and back' if she put all her training miles together
Olympic hopeful Achieng Ajulu-Bushell answers questions from World Class schools Plymouth College and St Mary's, Folkestone, about her swimming career.
Achieng speaks on the sacrifices in becoming the best, and how she still considers herself "not a world-class athlete".
Shakespearean finger puppets
Eklavya School, Jalandhar, in India has contacted World Class to share its work with Alderman Peel High School, UK and Langham Village School, UK.
Their work has involved pupils from primary to secondary school and across the curriculum.
Partnership projects included the life cycle of a butterfly and the environment as well as a Shakespearean comparison of the story of Romeo and Juliet with the life of Carla Bruni and Nicolas Sarkozy! Eklavya School director Seema Handa told World Class that a comparison of daily life in India, the UK and Denmark undertaken by the primary schools was one of the popular projects.
Like many other young athletes, Jehue Gordon, Trinidad and Tobago's 400 meter hurdles champion, is relatively unknown to sports fans in the UK. But unlike many of the other thousands young hopefuls who will be arriving in London next year, Jehue already has a swarm of UK fans ready to cheer him on.
Matthew Pinsent visits Trinidad and Tobago to find out more.
A photo of the 2008 China Earthquake taken by a teacher visiting their partner school in 2009.
Three years ago, Wenchuan Earthquake in China unexpectedly strengthened the link between two high schools from the UK and China.
Back in 2002, William Bradford Community School established a partnership with Nanshan High School in Mianyan City in China. The partnership was flourishing until disaster struck in 2008.
Thankfully there were no fatalities during the earthquake but some students were injured and the school building was badly damaged. This resulted in William Bradford Community School launching a donation campaign to help Nanshan High School.
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